n South African Journal of Psychiatry - Attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder - co-morbidity and differential diagnosis
|Article Title||Attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder - co-morbidity and differential diagnosis|
|Journal||South African Journal of Psychiatry|
|Author||M.J. Shokane, L.U.Z. Rataemane and S.T. Rataemane|
|Publication Date||Oct 2004|
|Pages||67 - 72|
|Keyword(s)||ADHD, Attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorders, Co-morbidity and Differential diagnosis|
ISI Social Science
Extracted from text ... 67 articles M J Shokane, MB ChB, MMed (Psych) L U Z Rataemane, MPhil, MSoc (Psychol) S T Rataemane, MB ChB, FFPsych, Dip Child Psych (UK) Department of Psychiatry, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic and disabling condition in children. It is among the most prevalent, chronic health conditions affecting school-aged children. Children with ADHD may experience significant functional problems, such as school difficulties, academic underachievement, and troublesome interpersonal relationships with family and peers.1, 2 Parents and teachers may diagnose a child's school problems as being ADHD-related, when in fact the difficulties are ..
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